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to the interview that many of you watched right here before the news started. >> manti te'o finally breaking his silence. . >> they talked about the hoax about his fake girlfriend and when he knew about it. as brandy tells us we are learning more about the master mind. >> i didn't know who to tell. i didn't know who to trust. >> reporter: in an interview with abc, manti te'o said he was tricked in to falling in love with a woman he met online four years ago but never saw in person. >> the feelings, the pain, the sorrow, that was all real. >> reporter: he shared phone records of his long conversation was her and voicemails from the woman he thought was dying of cancer. >> i'm getting ready for my first session and -- wanted to call you and keep you posted. i miss you. i love you. bye. >> reporter: later he said he learned of the hoax created by this man. a he allegedly pretended to be the woman and is now dodging cameras. >> what do you say? >> many ideas, manti te'o -- it's somehow you created this whole situation to cover up your sexual orientation. are you gay? >> no. far from it. >> re
volunteers claimed the same lot to make it a useable space. >> manti te'o may be the biggest name but is he the only victim of this hoax? who else may have been targeted. >> you already know the ravens won. now you want the t shirt to prove it. >> and d.c. is the place to be on org today -- inauguration today. the big event isn't free. the cost you don't know about. that's coming up. >>> it's a problem that impacts nearly a million people. it's inflammatory bowel desease known as ibd. we're taking your call. exexperiments are standing by top answer your questions. today we are joined by dr. raymond cross spoasht professor at the school of medicine. what is ibd? >> ibd is comprised of crohn's and colitis. it's an autoimmune disease that affects the intestines. it can cause abdominal pain, diarrhea, bloody diarrhea, weight loss and intestinal symptoms that can affect the eye, mouth, skin. >> who gets it? is there a target audience? >> typically affects young people. average age of onset is 25 to 35. however, about 15% of patients are diagnosed in adolescence and childhood. about 15% in middle
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